How play may be made useful -- The young gardeners -- The trial of Sophia's doll -- The ship launch -- The primitive people -- The young artist and his pictures -- Experience is the best teacher -- Judge not from outward appearance -- An unprofitable argument -- The trusting robin -- The innocent fancy of a child -- The butterfly -- Repentance -- The spider -- A type on Earth -- The seven children -- The value of sympathy -- The wish gratified -- The early violet -- The guiding star -- The new year's of an unhappy man -- The echo -- The wolf on his death-bed -- The ape and the fox -- the eagle and the fox -- The violet -- Prayer -- The child's hymn
Brown bead cloth over boards; blocked in blind and gold
Inscriptions in pencil on flyleaf: Emma M. Day, Presented by her Pa, March 16th A.D. 1860. From Emma Marcella Day Byam, 11 April 1929
Ex libris Olive Percival; her lamb label
Copyright-evidenceEvidence reported by alyson-wieczorek for item myplayisstudyboo00lermiala on December 11, 2006: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1860.